This site, made by the Gordion archaeological team, will
provide you with the latest news of the excavations at Gordion, the capital
of the Phrygian kingdom.
bibliography on Gordion and Phrygia. Classified by themes. Essential for
monography on his excavations in Gordion
This book was
hard to find before it was put on-line by the library of the University
of Chicago. Very useful !
site on dendrochronology, a technique changing deeply the chronology of
ancient history, specially in Anatolia.
Feast of Kind Midas
P. MacGovern analyzed the remains of the pots in tumulus
MM of Gordion and reconstructed the funerary banquet. Very interesting
and good links.
website made by Tomris Bakir, the director of the archaeological team
excavating this Persian satrapy located by the Marmara Sea, in N-W Turkey.
The main period of settlement is 6th - 4th century B.C.
in Kerkenes Dagh
site will probably change our perception of Iron Age in Anatolia.
Mythology link / Phrygia section
The Greek Mythology Link is a new collection of the Greek
myths being written and published on line by Carlos Parada, author of
the book "Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology", published in 1993. His
Phrygians section contains a map of Phrygia and links to the main characters
who have lived in Phrygia.
This collection of photos
out of the archives of Cox features ancient funerary monuments
from the roman period of Phrygian culture. It is the on-line version of
the Monumenta Asia Minoris Antiqua. You can also find a
of Roman Phrygia.
Une page pour des informations générales
sur les Phrygiens.
Un bref topo sur le roi Midas.
roi Midas : la légende réinterprétée
don de tout transformer en or, racontée avec humour et fantaisie.
inspired by the scientific discoveries of tumulus MM in Gordion. Not all
scientific but interesting (and tasty !).
Français d'Etudes Anatoliennes (IFEA)
The site of an Institute working on numerous fields, including
archaeology. The library has most of the books written by travelors in
Turkey before the 20th century ; they are scheduled to be on-line.
British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara (BIAA)
The website of a good library in Turkey and an active research
Good site to be informed of the latest researches on the Persian domination
of the Ancient world.